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Cleartronic, Inc. (CLRI) Lets Forward-Thinking Communities Work Smarter For Less Money

Tuesday, October 28th, 2014

When millions of Americans sit back to enjoy the Super Bowl or a major golf tournament, or to watch a political convention or other newsworthy event, little thought is given to what goes on behind the scenes. But cities hosting such events soon find out what it’s all about as armies of technicians pour in to set up vast and complex networks of equipment, all centered on a single goal: adequate communications. Without comprehensive and reliable communications, the major part of the market supporting modern events is simply lost.

However, there’s far more to it than just television coverage. Community services, unable to adequately ramp up for events that may only rarely occur, are often stretched to the breaking point. Police, fire, and traffic management systems are called upon to handle volumes and situations for which they were understandably never designed, and systemic weaknesses soon reveal themselves. In order to meet the need, a wide array of people, equipment and technologies must be able to work in synch, providing smooth information flow. Communication compatibility becomes a vital necessity for efficient operation, and can easily mean the difference between life and death.

VoiceInterop, Inc., a wholly-owned subsidiary of Cleartronic, is all about addressing the growing problem of communication incompatibility. Involving more than just large public events, it’s a problem commonly faced by a variety of government and private operations, such as airports, emergency service agencies, and even colleges. VoiceInterop provides interoperability-enabling and unified communication solutions to hundreds of clients that are looking for ways to work and communicate smarter, and for less money.

The company’s technology features interoperability and open-standards software, as well as design and operational flexibility. It offers seamless communication among working groups, critical for improving response times, enhancing command and control, and saving on hardware upgrade expenses. Most system changes can be executed at the software level. In addition, the VoiceInterop approach allows a wide range of legacy communications systems to work together, extending the useful life of many legacy systems.

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Cleartronic, Inc. (CLRI) – Leading the Way Towards Cloud Communication

Tuesday, October 21st, 2014

Cleartronic, Inc. (OTCQB: CLRI) and its subsidiary VoiceInterop, Inc. continue to work towards the advancement of telecommunications technology. CLRI’s R&D department works on projects covering a variety of communications technologies meant to take advantage of the advances that the late 2000s and early 2010s have introduced. The 21st century has seen technology make giant leaps forward in advancements towards technologies that were once regulated to the realm of science fiction. As the world enters the mid-2010s, companies like CLRI are working on further developing one of the greatest computer advances in decades: the Cloud.

Cloud communication allows for any device that has the login information to a Cloud storage server to access the files, no matter where they are located geographically. This advancement has opened the doors for companies to easily do business on a global scale with instant sharing of important data that once required time and effort to transfer between locations. It is known that Cloud communications is an exploding industry with an increasing potential for monetary returns. The high level of potential growth within cloud communications make it an obvious choice for CLRI to work on the development of such technology for their established VoiceInterop, Inc. brand.

As CLRI continues to develop their Cloud communication technology, the public eagerly waits to see how CLRI will impact this ever growing technology.

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Cleartronic, Inc. (CLRI): Enabling Public Safety Agencies to Achieve High Performance through Interoperability

Thursday, October 16th, 2014

With lives often at stake, effective emergency response requires multiple government and non-government agencies working together in a coordinated, collaborative
environment. That makes achieving interoperability between their communication systems vital. The variety of personnel and communications equipment
involved makes a high-performance solution mandatory and yet, an extremely difficult goal to achieve.

When an emergency occurs, the responding agencies need to quickly establish communication to ensure a coordinated response to minimize the loss of life and
property. Because of the high stakes and multiple parties involved, public
safety agencies have sought out innovative ways to solve the problem of interoperability. In the United States, extreme weather events leading to natural disasters, threats of viral outbreaks, or dealing with a potential terrorist threat all provide object lessons for the need of rapid inter-agency communication.

Existing communications systems represent a considerable investment and have been fine tuned and customized over the years to support the daily operations of the concerned agency or business for that matter. Increasing interoperability by replacing existing systems with a new platform would be an intensely costly investment. The best approach is to leave the existing systems in place, simply providing a layer of technology integration to allow inter-system communication.

VoiceInterop, Inc., a wholly-owned Cleartronic subsidiary, is a premier provider of unified communications solutions that provides this layer of integration for customers to seamlessly link a wide variety of otherwise incompatible communications devices and networks, including two-way radios, cellular phones, PDAs, and tablet PC device. The company already has a diverse customer base of more than 200 companies, including emergency services agencies, airport management, and colleges and universities. VoiceInterop is a leader in application development, systems integration, services, and an original equipment manufacturer (OEM) for interoperability-enabling solutions.

Cleartronic is continually developing new product and service applications that address consumer and enterprise-wide markets. The company’s acquisition and growth strategy is driven by identifying problems resulting from change such as unfilled market needs or gaps, and monetizing solutions of those problems by the appropriate technology. Recently, Cleartronic, Inc. announced a licensing agreement with Collabria LLC, allowing products such as VoiceInterop to be enhanced with the integration of Collabria’s ReadyOp communications platform.

ReadyOp provides government agencies, hospitals, first responders, companies and unified commands with multiple communication capabilities and options in a single, secure website. ReadyOp is designed to support daily operations, special event planning, incident management and emergency response and recovery:

With the advent of technologies from Cleartronic and its recent partnerships that enable collaboration and coordination, agencies and enterprises are no longer limited to information harbored within their silo of operability. Where once it was acceptable to function as an autonomous organization, recent disastrous events, such as the highly damaging Hurricane Sandy of 2012, have brought to light the deadly consequences associated with the operating model that any one agency can work in a vacuum.

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Cleartronic, Inc. (CLRI) – A Leading Provider of Unified Group Communication Offerings

Wednesday, October 8th, 2014

In the milieu of today’s ever-changing world, Cleartronic pinpoints the problems resulting from change and monetizes solutions with technology. How does it do that? The company creates and acquires operating subsidiaries that design, build and sell products, services and integrated systems to business enterprises and government agencies.


Cleartronic is exploiting the changes that the globalization of business and governmental operations are creating to pursue newly-created business opportunities. Cleartronic develops, manufactures, sells, and installs unified group communication solutions through its subsidiary, VoiceInterop, while, at the same time, offering maintenance and support contract services. The company also provides hardware and custom-made software for public and private enterprises. The WAVE software, which enables and manages group communications over the Internet protocol (IP) network that links people and devices, is one prime example of Cleartronic’s offerings.


At any one time, Cleartronic is developing and acquiring new technologies, pursuing opportunities in machine-to-machine, smart grid, and cloud communications, and/or leveraging core competencies in unified communications that are already being exploited commercially.

To expand its footprint in the consumer and enterprise-wide markets, Cleartronic is developing new product and service applications, including an application service provider solution for voice interoperability under the VoiceInterop brand.

In addition, Cleartronic is developing an AudioMate 360 designed to provide an IP gateway to users of unified group communications. Earlier this year, Cleartronic initiated talks with Collabria, a communication software company, to expand the capabilities of its AudioMate line of IP gateways. Collabria had been using Cleartronic’s AudioMate line as the exclusive gateway for its ReadyOP communication software solution.

The Cleartronic-Collabria partnership should bring synergies to both companies’ product lines and operations. For years, Collabria has used Cleartronic’s AudioMate AM360R in its client installations that include connections with two-way radio systems and to enable secure two-way communications between smartphones, laptops and radio talk groups. Working together, Cleartronic’s and Collabria’s engineering teams intend to make improvements in the AudioMate hardware line to extend interoperability to other devices and systems and to provide the additional functionality needed by Collabria’s ReadyOP communications software.

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Cleartronic, Inc. (CLRI) Charts New Course to Improve Share Capitalization and Expand Board Numbers

Wednesday, October 1st, 2014

Cleartronic announced it has completed a varied strategy to boost its share capitalization and expand the membership of its board of directors.

After talks with its majority shareholders and prospective investors, Cleartronic’s management developed a capital structure plan aimed at providing long-term benefits to the company and its shareholders. These discussions were also deemed instrumental in establishing a plan to expand the board of directors.

Cleartronic Chief Executive Officer Larry Reid commented, “We are positioned to implement this strategy to take advantage of our share capital and other corporate tools that we think will strengthen our company, attract possible acquisition candidates and investors, and potentially provide long-term benefits for our shareholders. We had considered expanding our board of directors for some time and the recent licensing agreement for the ReadyOp™ software made us accelerate the process. We have begun discussing our plans with prospective board members and expect to announce new directors in the next few weeks.”

Cleartronic is a technology company focused on creating and acquiring operating subsidiaries to develop, manufacture, and sell products, services, and integrated systems. Its solutions serve markets ranging from business enterprises to consumer products and services. Its primary mission is to leverage its underlying intellectual property to create new, high-growth market applications and develop consumer products targeting large domestic and global markets.

The company’s wholly-owned subsidiary, VoiceInterop, Inc., is provider of end-to-end, unified communications systems and solutions. Its AudioMate Gateway line of products along with other hardware and software, offers interoperability by capturing the data management power of Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) and other open communications standards. VoiceInterop solutions enable its customers to link a wide variety of otherwise incompatible communications devices and networks such as two-way radios, PDAs, cellular phones, and tablet PC devices into an integrated communication system.

VoiceInterop’s systems are integrated into commercial enterprises and emergency services applications, educational institutions and mission-critical airport communication systems. Expanding upon its technology footprint, Cleartronic researchers are exploring new opportunities in the machine-to-machine market, cloud communications products and services, and “smart grid” applications.

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Cleartronic, Inc. (CLRI) Punching Above Its Weight with Device-Spanning Unified Communications

Tuesday, September 30th, 2014

Cleartronic’s wholly-owned VoiceInterop subsidiary does a magnificent job of providing a framework for seemingly disparate and otherwise incompatible communication devices/networks to share information in real-time. Bridging devices that range all the way from two-way radios and cell phones, to PDAs and tablet PCs, VoiceInterop solutions represent a clear way forward for not only commercial enterprises, but mission-critical public and private operations as well, from airport communications to emergency services.

VoiceInterop’s patented radio/IP gateways and software provide a unified communications solution that is available direct-to-consumers , as well as through a growing network of value-added resellers, allowing for maximum market saturation as the brand continues to gain prominence. The company’s interoperable solution designed for airports for instance is a paragon of seamless communications between active working groups, enabling a real-time situational awareness across platforms and devices that offers unprecedented command and control capabilities, as well as a more rapid incident response time. This level of highly articulated control and communication is indisputably essential for handling a crisis, as the time to act is extremely short and yet information needs to flow readily from command/control to field agents and vice-versa.

With the looming threat of ISIS-related terror incidents in the U.S., preparedness and disaster response is at the forefront of critical infrastructure manager’s minds. That’s one major reason CLRI’s recent extension of their strategic relationship with ReadyOp™ developer, Collabria LLC, looks like such a well-timed maneuver. ReadyOp fully leverages CLRI’s radio gateways, offering a highly adaptive and extremely robust command, control and communications platform that is ideally suited to the interoperable demands of law enforcement, fire and government agencies, irrespective of whether they are at the local, state or federal level.

With the CDC issuing increasingly dire Ebola warnings, spotlighted by today’s news out of Dallas indicating a patient is being held for a potential Ebola infection, the kind of rapid response, full-spectrum communications (bridging IP and radio networks) that CLRI can provide looks increasingly essential for government agencies, as well as hospitals in particular. The CDC is saying that the virus is spiraling out of control in Africa, with projections that as many as 1.4M could be infected by January and thus the need for Incident Command System (ICS) and Hospital Incident Command System (HICS) compliant communications are more apparent than ever.

AudioMate RoIP (Radio over Internet Protocol) technology from CLRI changes the equation for rapid response and the total solution which the company is able to provide easily integrates things like Motorola’s iDEN (Integrated Digital Enhanced Network), as well as VoIP dial-in, or laptop-based soft consoles and even 3G wireless. Really, the kinds of solutions CLRI can provide are what was envisioned in the post 9/11 National Incident Management System (NIMS) guidance from the DHS, calling for rapid-response multiagency coordination capabilities that can dovetail with public information systems.

ReadyOp is particularly appealing for government agencies due to the same secure SSL/TLS connection capabilities that makes the platform useable by FIPS 140-2 accredited financial institutions, due to its authentication and encryption standards. The need for secure, encrypted, real-time bridging of the diverse emergency response personnel inputs is exactly what can save the day when serious incidents like a terrorist attack, or a viral outbreak occur. Cleartronic is an attractive play in the space, with the ability to punch above their own weight in terms of mission-critical solutions delivery, despite the fact that they are still a relatively small operation.

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Cleartronic, Inc. (CLRI) CEO Navigates Strong Alliances

Tuesday, September 23rd, 2014

Cleartronic is a technology holding company dedicated to creating and acquiring operating subsidiaries to develop, manufacture and sell products, services and integrated systems to government agencies and business enterprises. Though company founder Larry Reid has more than three decades of executive management experience, including venture start-ups, raising capital, opening new markets, and securing joint ventures, his ability to develop and foster strategic partnerships has proved especially invaluable to Cleartronic.

In May 2012, Cleartronic subsidiary VoiceInterop entered into a license agreement for its AudioMate 360 product line with communications software firm Collabria, LLC, which had long been using AudioMate AM360R in its client installations that included connections with two-way radio systems. While AudioMate360 IP gateways served as a gateway for Collabria’s ReadyOp™ software solutions, the partnership with Collabria created a game-changing opportunity for Cleartronic as well.

Leveraging its relationship with Collabria, Cleartronic recently obtained the worldwide licensing rights to market, sell and support the company’s ReadyOp – Command, Control and Communication Platform.

ReadyOp is a secure web-based application that integrates multiple databases and a communications platform to provide seamless and efficient support for planning, response, command and communications for single agencies and unified commands. ReadyOp is designed for fast, efficient access to information, as well as the ability to plan, coordinate, direct and communicate with multiple persons, groups and agencies.

The solution is currently employed domestically and overseas as an interoperable radio platform for law enforcement, fire, universities and other government agencies at the local, state and federal levels, and made a powerful impact at the 2012 Republican National Convention (RNC).

To summarize, more than 50,700 text, emails and encrypted texts were sent via ReadyOp during the week of the RNC. Additionally, the RLECT and the 26 convoys used the “Dick Tracy” voice communications for dispatch and collaboration, and several agencies that had never seen ReadyOp prior to the RNC began using it during the events. The multiple ways ReadyOp was used and the success during the RNC illustrates the simplicity and effectiveness of ReadyOp.

The platform is currently used in the day-to-day operations of numerous local, statewide and nationwide networks, enabling streamlined efficiency and communication regardless of the radio type or frequency.

When it comes to Cleartronic, the company’s offerings in various industries, including airport operations and communications, are further enhanced with the integration of the ReadyOp communications platform. Under strong leadership and an increasingly hyper-connected and complex world, Cleartronics offers its radio gateways with Collabria’s software to market, sell and support a total solution for emergency command and control communications to its customers.

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Cleartronic, Inc. (CLRI) End-To-End Unified Communications Well Positioned for Enterprise, Government Markets

Monday, September 15th, 2014

The global unified communications market is booming amid tightening growth that cuts across geographic and sector boundaries, according to analysis in a new report from ResearchMoz out earlier this year, which also projects that the space will grow to in excess of around $62B in the next four years alone. This data tracks very well with the similarly timed Infonetics Research analysis, which shows that unified communications were up this year 27% in Q1 compared to 2013, driven by a continuing trend in the enterprise telephony market, where companies are moving towards unified communication solutions and away from private branch exchange (PBX) systems and the like.

Cleartronic is a tech holding company focused on creating and acquiring subsidiaries in unified communications, as well as M2M (machine to machine), cloud communications and smart grid. The company’s primary wholly owned subsidiary, VoiceInterop, is currently a leading provider of comprehensive unified communication solutions. Patent-pending VoiceInterop AudioMate360 IP gateways from CLRI are BSI recognized (bridging system interface) by DHS and represent an affordable, simplified gateway solution capable of addressing multiple devices/end points, including analog audio, 2-way, and iDEN radios (Motorola’s Integrated Digital Enhanced Network architecture, which fuses trunked radio and cellular telephony). Fully software-programmable and network-manageable, AudioMate gateways integrate easily with unified communications software for soft dispatch and desktop client telephony systems, as well as using standard space design, for easy integration of off-the-shelf commercial hardware (like routers/servers).

A network of AudioMate gateways can be tied together with media software for an extremely cost-effective, unified communications solution, creating a virtual environment which seamlessly meshes otherwise incompatible devices and networks. Ideal for commercial operations, such interoperable communications technology really shines when it comes to mission-critical details like at airports, where the company enjoys a sizeable user base among its 200 plus clients. Clients range from emergency first responders like law enforcement and fire, to colleges/universities, government agencies and large commercial enterprises.

Purpose-built, open-standards software used in most of the system allows for massive scalability and ready adaptability. This key advantage, combined with design flexibility that allows for easy integration of old legacy systems and easy, secure, run-time system security configurability, collectively creates the kind of solution that is perfect for local governments. VoiceInterop has put together a unified communications platform that can bring together police, fire, rescue, healthcare and government agencies in a secure environment able to hit everything from traditional conferencing and TDM/IP phones, to handheld 2-way radios and iDEN radio networks, as well as 3rd party apps, mobiles and tablets, a PC client, and even early warning systems.

Cleartronic recently extended their established strategic relationship with Collabria LLC, the developer of ReadyOp™, a command, control and communication software platform, who has been using CLRI’s IP gateways in their client installations for years now. Putting together Cleartronic’s radio gateways and Collabria’s software is a no-brainer upgrade for past and future clients, with the appeal of ReadyOp (a secure web-based application that harnesses multiple databases for doing real-time planning, response, command and communications coordination), being immediately apparent for cash-strapped local governments, operations like an airport, or a healthcare facility.

Ever since the National Incident Management System (NIMS) guidance produced the Incident Command System (ICS) and related Hospital Incident Command System (HICS), the pressure has been on for government agencies in particular to integrate communications in a secure fashion and with full secured SSL/TLS connections that allow for authentication and encryption standards that are FIPS 140-2 accredited, even financial institutions and government agencies can rest easy. FIPS 140-2 compliance with ReadyOp is a breeze, making the platform an easy sell, as well as a huge boon to CLRI’s overall momentum in the unified communications space.

With Ebola in the news more and more lately, as over 2k people have become infected in West Africa according to the WHO, and a report out just today from the CDC issuing a preparedness checklist for healthcare workers (under the assumption that it is merely a matter of time before the virus hits home), the vital utility of such unified communications for incident coordination become abundantly clear. In a crisis, fast and efficient access to data can mean the difference between life and death. The ability to coordinate and plan response, as well as direct flow and communicate across an extremely diverse set of devices, is paramount and this creates a wide-open market for CLRI’s core business unit VoiceInterop for the foreseeable future.

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Cleartronic, Inc. (CLRI) is “One to Watch”

Monday, September 8th, 2014

Cleartronic is a technology holding company that creates and acquires operating subsidiaries to develop, manufacture and sell products, services and integrated systems to government agencies and business enterprises.

VoiceInterop, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary, is a provider of patented IP communication gateways and communication software. Its gateways are marketed worldwide direct to customers as well as through a network of value added resellers. VoiceInterop has also developed an interoperable communication solution for use by airports. The company markets, installs and supports this interoperability solution directly to airports. International airports currently using the VoiceInterop communication solution include Dulles, Reagan, Omaha, Cincinnati, Green Bay and West Palm Beach.

A recent license agreement provides Cleartronic with the right to market Collabria LLC’s revolutionary ReadyOp™ command, control and communication platform. ReadyOp is a web-based application that integrates multiple databases and a robust communications platform supporting day-to-day activities for planning and managing small- and large-scale events. ReadyOp is designed for fast, efficient access to information and for communication with multiple persons, groups and agencies. ReadyOp is currently being used by numerous federal, state and local government agencies and private enterprises.

Backed by a management team committed to growing its business and finding ways to create value for shareholders, Cleartronic is well-positioned to grow in a broad array of markets. The company has a solid business plan in place that maximizes available resources for accelerated growth and has proven its ability to identify strong business opportunities.

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An Overview of Cleartronic Inc.’s (CLRI.OB) Business Model

Tuesday, February 24th, 2009

Cleartronic designs, builds and installs unified communications solutions for both enterprise and managed environments. Its communication software and hardware devices are able to connect various incompatible communications devices such as two-way radios, phones, cellular phones, PDAs, smart phones and public address systems to Internet Protocol (IP) telephony systems, as well as other pre-existing group communications networks, regardless of geographic location, make, model and frequency.

The company has three versions of AudioMate360 IP gateway devices, each supporting a different function – analog, iDEN (Nextel push-to-talk) and land mobile radio. Cleartronic has also developed unique firmware solutions that integrate its hardware with partner software to create unified group communications between public and private sector organizations.

In December of last year, Cleartronic introduced a managed subscription-based service solution for emergency communications interoperability. Customers subscribe based on their needs to avoid the huge upfront expenses. The software allows customers to choose groups that can communicate and specify which devices are allowed in the network. WAVE software is also integrated with the company’s AM360 IP gateway devices to enhance product and service offerings and eliminate the costs and complexities of proprietary solutions.

Cleartronic has partnered with several technology and solution providers for testing, field trials, proof of concept and evaluations, including Twisted Pair Solutions, Cisco, Sprint/Nextel, Motorola (NAMD), NEC, KITS and IS-MS. The company has successfully integrated its services with Nortel and Avaya IP PBX resellers, Cisco network suppliers, Motorola two-way and iDEN radio dealers, and wide-area campus alerting suppliers.

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Cleartronic Inc. (CLRI.OB) Given “Speculative Buy” Rating

Thursday, February 19th, 2009

Beacon Equity Research recently issued a research report featuring Cleartronic, Inc. and its wholly owned subsidiary, VoiceInterop. The research bureau is a leading research provider that is committed to finding undiscovered small cap companies and bringing them to the attention of the investing community.

The worldwide market for unified communications solutions is expected to nearly double in size from $25.5 billion in 2008 to $48.7 billion in 2012. If the company captures only a small percentage of the market through installations and hosted network subscriptions, it would produce substantial revenues.

Based on conversations with management, Beacon Equity believes that FY 2009 revenues will total to approximately $6.6 million, then increase about 100% to $13.2 million in FY 2010 and $26 million in FY 2011. EBITDA is expected to climb by the same rate from $1.7 million in FY 2009 to $2.9 million in FY 2010 and reaching $6.0 million in FY 2011.

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Cleartronic, Inc. (CLRI.OB) Offers Superior Support Service

Tuesday, February 17th, 2009

Cleartronic Inc., through its wholly owned subsidiary VoiceInterop, is dedicated to providing the highest level of support for all its clients. The company realizes that its products and applications require special attention due to their comprehensive capabilities. As a turnkey solution provider, VoiceInterop accepts the roles of developer and systems integrator in addition to being the maintenance and support provider.

The company’s AudioMate Software offers five (5) year Annual Renewal Update Subscriptions (ARUS), which provides technical obsolescence protection opposed to hardware-centric solutions that depreciate soon after deployment. Using the internet, VoiceInterop is able to easily connect into a client’s unified communications Management and Media servers remotely to perform basic software troubleshooting, configuration updates and general maintenance.

Because VoiceInterop developed the applications, it understands the criticalness of unified communications solutions first hand. Whether it’s server software or the interaction between it and the devices being managed, the company is there from the beginning to ensure successful operation of the client’s unified communications solution.

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Cleartronic, Inc. (CLRI.OB) Subsidiary Inks Cross Licensing Agreement with Knowledgeable and Innovative Technical Solutions (KITS)

Wednesday, February 11th, 2009

Today after the closing bell, VoiceInterop, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Cleartronic, Inc., announced that it has signed a Cross Licensing Agreement with KITS, Inc. of Round Rock, Texas. KITS is an IBM Advanced Business Partner focused on providing data and voice integration solutions to the military, homeland security/public safety and commercial enterprise sectors.

Larry Reid, CEO of VoiceInterop, stated, “We are very excited that VoiceInterop has partnered with KITS to sell each others products and services. The combination of the KITS’ RadioConnect™ for Sametime plug-in with AudioMate360 Appliances and Server Software addresses a growing demand for IBM® Lotus® Sametime® clients to interoperate with Land Mobile Radio (LMR) systems. This approach to unified communications allows organizations to leverage existing IT/telecom assets, reduce operational expenses, improve risk mitigation and foster collaboration among business units.”

“For too long, Land Mobile Radio systems have been a neglected component of unified communications systems, stifling the efficiency and collaboration of workers in nearly every industry,” added Steve White, Chief Software Architect at KITS. “Recognizing this significant need in the market, we developed the Lotus Sametime plug-in to allow IBM customers to bring all of their communications pieces together in a single, cohesive system. Combining our efforts with VoiceInterop’s ability to deliver innovative products and services to the UC market, it’s exciting to be closing this market gap and further maximizing the reach of IBM’s award-winning UC² ™ solution.”

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Cleartronic Inc.’s (CLRI.OB) Innovative, Highly Functional Products

Tuesday, February 10th, 2009

Cleartronic Inc., through its wholly owned subsidiary VoiceInterop, offers an array of hardware and software solutions that connect various incompatible communication devices. The company’s AudioMate360 Series link conventional two-way radios and other audio devices with an IP-communications network. Regardless if a business wishes to interoperate with its conventional or trunked/two-way system, a baseband audio source or even an iDEN network, the AudioMate360 line offers the most affordable and feature rich IP audio solution for unified communications today.

VoiceInterop’s AudioMate Unified Communications™ Software takes unified communications to another level by allowing authorized personnel to securely communicate using any radio, telephone or PC device; regardless of equipment manufacturer, system protocols or frequencies. Now, through their unique software, telephones, two-way radio systems and PCs can communicate with each other over one secure IP Network. By using the AudioMate Unified Communications™ Software, businesses can centralize access to all AudioMate360 products.

The VoiceInterop Command Phone is a solution that integrates modern, commercial off-the-shelf communication devices into a fiber-optic ring network. Command Phone brings traditional crash phone or crash-net solutions to the latest generation technology with a GUI-based management system, scalable design, and error free usability. Command Phone offers a level of flexibility that no traditional crash phone or crash-net system can compete against. Although Command Phone was first designed to address a need at commercial airports, it has also been customized for critical infrastructure, campus-wide emergency broadcasts, financial Hoot and Holler and cross-jurisdictional clients.

VoiceInterop also produces demo kits to showcase their unified communications and interoperability solutions in an easy to use road-kit. The Demo Kit allows clients and partners alike to experiment with its hardware appliances and software applications. With multiple versions to choose from, clients and partners can custom build their Demo Kit to meet any budgetary requirement. Once implemented, the Demo Kit can easily be scaled into a production system. Most importantly, each Demo Kit includes five hours of VoiceInterop certified engineer technical assistance.

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Cleartronic, Inc. (CLRI.OB) Announces QualityStocks Coverage

Thursday, February 5th, 2009

Cleartronic, Inc. announced they will be featured in upcoming Daily Newsletters, Daily Blogs, Message Boards, and the Small Cap Daily Internet broadcasts put out by QualityStocks. QualityStocks has over 750,000 subscribers to The Daily Stock Newsletter, which is a free service that collects data from hundreds of Small-Cap and Micro-Cap online Investment Newsletters and puts it all into one Free Daily Newsletter Report.

VoiceInterop, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Cleartronic Inc., is focused on designing, building and installing unified communications solutions for both enterprise and managed environments. The Company’s AudioMate unified communication (“UC”) software and hardware connect various incompatible communications devices, such as two-way radios, phones, cellular phones, PDAs, smart phones and public address systems via Internet Protocol (IP), as well as other IP PBX networks, regardless of geographic location, make, model or frequency.

Larry Reid, President of Cleartronic, commented, “Cleartronic has a unique and solid business plan, and appreciates the opportunity to sponsor the Quality Stocks Newsletter, Video and Blogs. QualityStocks is providing a much needed service in the micro-cap and small-cap markets.”

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Cleartronic Inc. (CLRI.OB) is “One to Watch”

Tuesday, February 3rd, 2009

Cleartronic Inc. is focused on designing, building and installing unified communications solutions for both enterprise and managed environments. The company’s communication software and hardware devices connect various incompatible communications devices such as two-way radios, phones, cellular phones, PDAs, smart phones and public address systems to Internet Protocol (IP) telephony systems, as well as other pre-existing group communications networks, regardless of geographic location, make, model or frequency.

Cleartronic also offers a monthly, subscription-based interoperability service called X-Stream Access™. This subscription service was designed for public-safety applications and mission-critical communications. X-Stream Access can be operated across unicast or multicast networks, regardless of software, hardware or proprietary protocols. Through this service, agencies can evade the significant start-up costs associated with developing, managing and deploying their own proprietary system.

The company’s AudioMate software provides reliable, unified communications. It is extremely flexible, allowing infinite configuration and an unlimited number of audio endpoints that can join a talkgroup session. Once AudioMate is implemented, clients can link analog and digital devices one-to-one, one-to-many, many-to-one or many-to-many over a highly secure, encrypted connection.

Cleartronic has established partnerships with Twisted Pair Solutions, Cisco, Sprint/Nextel, Motorola (NAMD), NEC, KITS and IS-MS. The company also allows system integrators to add its products and services to their offerings. Thus far, the company has integrated its services with Nortel and Avaya IP PBX resellers, Cisco network suppliers, Motorola two-way and iDEN radio dealers, and wide-area campus alerting suppliers.

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